A full colour, animated 3D hologram of the human body is to go on public display for the first time.
Viewed from different angles, the life-sized teaching device shows muscle structures, skeleton, internal organs, blood vessels and nerves.
Visitors to the University’s Anatomy Museum will be able to study the new teaching tool, which is the largest anatomical hologram ever made.
The 3D image of a female body is made of three synthetic layers and stands 1.7 metres high.
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